Luxury Cars

Take Your Pick: Garage Stash of Imports

In a dusty garage in Dallas, Texas, there are at least four imported autos for sale. They all look to have been sitting there for some time and no mention is made if any of them run. Perhaps they… more»

Restore Or Parts? 1959 Ford Thunderbird

The seller of this 1959 Ford Thunderbird here on Facebook Marketplace says his car comes with no title or keys and specifically lists it as a parts car.  But over the years we’ve seen far worse-looking autos exchange hands… more»

BF Auction: 209 Mile 1978 Cadillac Eldorado!

We’ve seen a few extraordinary discoveries over more than a decade at Barn Finds, but few hold a candle to this 1978 Cadillac Eldorado. It was part of a private collection, with its original owner clocking a mere 209… more»

Stalled Restoration: 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

There comes a time with a restoration project where you have to either put up or shut up, especially for those of us who don’t have the luxury of boundless budgets. You have to weigh whether pursuing the path… more»

57K Mile Survivor: 1974 Buick Riviera

Nothing says the mid-seventies like brawny bodies, big bumpers, and brown. Say hello to Buick’s Riviera entry for 1974. The lith, chiseled, and wind-swept lines of the ’66-’69 Riv were gone, as was the cool boattail styling employed in… more»

Rare 5-Speed: 1989 BMW 325IX

As someone who has owned a 1987 BMW 3-Series longer than I’ve owned any car, the E30 chassis is one that is near and dear to my heart. A few years ago, prices spiked in a fairly significant way,… more»

BF Auction: 1960 Imperial Crown

Of all the designs to debut for the 1960 model year, the Imperial Crown might just be the most radical and impressive. The Imperial line was Chrysler’s pinnacle of luxury and they really were impressive machines, but clearly, they… more»

Field Find Project: 1966 Chrysler 300

Not to be confused with the 300 “Letter Series” cars of the 1950s and 1960s, Chrysler introduced a “regular” version of the 300 that was more affordable. These 300s were produced from 1962 to 1971, even after the Letter… more»

Vinyl Top Or Not? 1979 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

They (whoever “they” are) always say to buy the nicest example you can find rather than restoring a vehicle yourself. I’m not that smart, sadly, and if I were smarter, I’d jump on this absolutely gorgeous 1979 Cadillac Coupe… more»

1 of 630: 1972 Hurst/Olds Pace Car

Oldsmobile and Hurst Performance collaborated on nine occasions to release a limited-production muscle car, dubbed the Hurst/Olds. And only on two occasions did one of them pace the field at the annual Indianapolis 500 race. The first time was… more»

Baby Lincoln: 1978 Lincoln Versailles

“For 1978, an American luxury car designed for the discriminating driver who will settle for nothing less than an unmistakable blend of elegance, comfort, and engineering distinction.” So says a 1978 Lincoln Versailles brochure. This baby beauty is listed… more»

Wants It Gone: 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow

Sometimes, you can just tell when a seller wants to be done with a car. This is a listing for a 1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow (mistakenly labeled a Phantom) and the seller is listing it on behalf of the… more»

Ready To Cruise! 1948 Chrysler New Yorker

I’ve opined about the current state of affairs of the Chrysler brand more times than I can recall. That being the case, I’ll dispense with beating that dead horse again and just live in the past while I write… more»

Wego? 1988 Yugo GV Limousine

Talk about cheap advertising gold, this 1988 Yugo Limousine, which the seller refers to as a “Wego”, could be parked outside of your business and people would flock in to see it. It’s listed here on Facebook Marketplace in Pierz,… more»

One-Owner 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

Marauder is the perfect name for this sleek black beast. Adding the X-100 makes it that much better, as far as almost seeming like a sinister car out of Hollywood made for a superhero or villain. This one-owner 1969… more»

Returning Classic: 1984 Lincoln Town Car

We have featured thousands of cars on the Barn Finds website since it was established over a decade ago, and many of those cars become distant memories because we never learn their ultimate fate. That makes this 1984 Lincoln… more»